Second Snazzy Trailer for Na Hong-jin’s The Murderer (aka Yellow Sea)

Although I’m not sure whether Na Hong-jin’s follow-up to “The Chaser” is called “The Murderer” or “Yellow Sea”, one thing remains positively clear: this movie looks seriously badass. Thanks to the spiffy individuals at Film Smash, you can now indulge in the splendor that is the second feature trailer, which, in my opinion, is pretty dark spiffy. Then again, as a fan of “The Chaser”, I’m pretty biased in my opinion. You’ll see for yourself in just a few moments. Assuming, of course, that you’re at all interested.

“The Murderer” — or “Yellow Sea” — will hit South Korean theaters this December.




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  • MikeyT34

    Wow! I don’t speak a lick of Korean, but that looks freakin’ awesome. This director seems like the real deal based on his success with “The Chaser” and this upcoming trailer. The bad news…probably won’t be availible until a year from now in the States. Maybe we’ll get lucky and it gets a limited release overseas or at least gets into some North American film festivals. Thanks for posting this Todd!

  • MikeyT34

    Wow! I don’t speak a lick of Korean, but that looks freakin’ awesome. This director seems like the real deal based on his success with “The Chaser” and this upcoming trailer. The bad news…probably won’t be availible until a year from now in the States. Maybe we’ll get lucky and it gets a limited release overseas or at least gets into some North American film festivals. Thanks for posting this Todd!